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xmms has always looked like winamp classic and can even use winamp classic skins
I hate the new Winamp skin.
"Thank you, Mr. President!"
There are many, many companies that do not have these problems. They create good engines, good software that works. They test it thoroughly and deliver a working product.
Guess Duke Nukem Forever is delayed because of this.
What I am saying is, if the product performs well in its standard environment, a customer can't ask for money back. You cannot use a phone under water and say it broke.
On the other hand, if game developers are indeed running after bells and whistles instead of a well running game, they ought to be some way of compensation to the consumer, maybe a coupon or a free add-on, an not full money-back guarantee.
Parent can turn them off and the game is good to go..
Just Computerising a process means a chance to rid the company of inefficient processes is wasted.
Did I fix it for you?